Best aviation history podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Smithsonian Channel Presents Black History Month
 
Honoring the achievements. Remembering the struggle.
 
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Aviation Story
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Aviation Stories told by pilots, recounting the triumphs, failures, and lessons learned from their aviation adventures. For more information check out our web site http://www.avstry.com
 
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Females in Aviation, Past & Present
 
Retired corporate pilot, Karen Hawkins, interviews women from various aspects of aviation, be it private pilots, flight instructors, corporate pilots, airline pilots, astronauts, stunt pilots, military pilots, WASPS, air racers, bush pilots, helicopter pilots, crop dusters, air-traffic controllers, mechanics, dispatchers, aeronautical engineers and any other aviation professionals that come under the radar. Hear about the obstacle and successes of various women. Learn how they balance career ...
 
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Hitchhiker's Guide to Military Aviation
 
A Podcast Focusing on Military Aviation World Wide.
 
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The BoXX Office
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The Premier Aviation Podcast celebrating and elevating the history of women, what we've done, where we are, and what we're doing. Not just pilots, but “Plane Janes” of all stripe. Pilot or not, the sky is still home for all kindred souls.
 
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WarbirdRadio.com
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Welcome to the worlds first radio station devoted to military aviation. It's our goal to preserve the stories and history of the brave men and women who flew these airplanes and still do. Across the globe warbird enthusiasts are tirelessly working to save examples of these historic airplanes; however, the survival of the stories from those who flew them are not guaranteed. That's where Warbird Radio steps in. From the dawn of military aviation to our modern warriors, Warbird Radio will keep ...
 
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American Heroes Radio
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Conversations with American Heroes at the Watering Hole features weekly guests from the military, police and law enforcement, and firefighting community discussing issues important to our Nation’s defenders and first responders. Information on upcoming and previous edpisodes can be found at www.americanheroesradio.com Previous first responder guests have come from federal, state and local law enforcement agencies as well as other emergency first responders such as paramedics, emergency medic ...
 
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EAA's The Green Dot
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A podcast by Experimental Aircraft Association for those who fly for the love of it or are simply fascinated by the world of flight. The Green Dot features EAA news, general aviation topics, history, personal experiences from the hosts and a variety of guests, and anything fun, interesting, or cool in and around the world of flight.
 
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Cosmic Chat Podcast
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A podcast about space exploration and aviation by The Hutchinson News in partnership with the Cosmosphere, a Smithsonian affiliated science education museum in Hutchinson, Kansas.
 
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Australia in the 60s
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The 60s was the decade when Australia changed forever. These podcasts chronicle the events, attitudes, behaviours and standards that made the 1960s such a contrast from the world we know today. This is all about what mattered to Australians, how they worked, how they played, how they were entertained, how they travelled, where they lived, the wars they fought, the people who led them and the people who changed society. This series is all about the impact of change and development on the peop ...
 
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Aviation Trim
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Aviation Stories Trim. Trim's are short segments taken from a longer Aviation Story podcast
 
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BroadcastStories.com
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Short Documentaries by Gerald J. "Jerry" Vogt. Gerald J. “Jerry” Vogt has been a film and video producer, director, 16mm film shooter, videographer, photographer and writer since the 1970’s, completing assignments throughout the USA, specializing in documentary, industrial, training, marketing and safety productions. Vogt’s work has been featured on many TV networks, including PBS, MTV, VH-1, ESPN, College Sports Network, Fox Sports, CBN, ESPN, PPTN and many other broadcast networks. His doc ...
 
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WarbirdRadio.com
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Welcome to the worlds first radio station devoted to military aviation. It's our goal to preserve the stories and history of the brave men and women who flew these airplanes and still do. Across the globe warbird enthusiasts are tirelessly working to save examples of these historic airplanes; however, the survival of the stories from those who flew them are not guaranteed. That's where Warbird Radio steps in. From the dawn of military aviation to our modern warriors, Warbird Radio will keep ...
 
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Hitchhiker's Guide to Military Aviation
 
A bi weekly podcast about the news of Military Aviation. It includes Interviews, History, Book, and Scale Model Reviews.
 
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WarbirdRadio.com
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Welcome to the worlds first radio station devoted to military aviation. It's our goal to preserve the stories and history of the brave men and women who flew these airplanes and still do. Across the globe warbird enthusiasts are tirelessly working to save examples of these historic airplanes; however, the survival of the stories from those who flew them are not guaranteed. That's where Warbird Radio steps in. From the dawn of military aviation to our modern warriors, Warbird Radio will keep ...
 
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WarbirdRadio.com
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Welcome to the worlds first radio station devoted to military aviation. It's our goal to preserve the stories and history of the brave men and women who flew these airplanes and still do. Across the globe warbird enthusiasts are tirelessly working to save examples of these historic airplanes; however, the survival of the stories from those who flew them are not guaranteed. That's where Warbird Radio steps in. From the dawn of military aviation to our modern warriors, Warbird Radio will keep ...
 
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Warbird Show
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Flights Into History Broadcasting from an abandon auxiliary air field somewhere South of Gila Bend. Join host Chris McDoniel on a journey to investigate historical aviation events from around the world. Shows will focus on research and search associated with lost and missing aircraft (a.k.a. Warbirds) from WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, and up to the present. Subject matter encompasses history, genealogy, archaeology, technology, hiking, and exploring. Some people call it aerospace archaeology, ...
 
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I Hate the Internet
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I hate the internet.
 
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Tim and NLT are joined in studio by ARN News Reporter Sanooj Sherif. He talks about one of the biggest deals in aviation history.
 
(An excerpt from “The Strangest Secret Library” – available on Amazon.) Women and the Science of Belief – Magic of Believing As ideas for this book occurred to me, I frequently thought of the many famous women who had used the power of belief. Once Ben Hur Lampman specifically suggested that I write about them: “Many women may not realize they ...…
 
In this episode of AvTalk, we send Jason to Hawaii on the final United Airlines 747 flight, the Maho Beach Cam comes back after Hurricane Irma, and Emirates takes delivery of its 100th Airbus A380. A United 747 Farewell After nearly 50 years of service, United Airlines retired its 747 fleet in style this week with a recreation of its first 747 ...…
 
On today’s show Clinton Body shop owner and aviation enthusiast John Mosley tells us the incredible tale of how one airplane helped bring WW2 hero’s story back from the lost pages of history. Hear how Vicksburg native & naval aviator Guy Brown lived, served, fought, died & faded into time and how the purchase and restoration of a rare WW2 bombe ...…
 
Gene Albright is the Chief Engineer for APG. He has a deep understanding of Airplane Flight Manual data development processes and a history of implementing these data into software solutions. Listen to this episode for a look inside the process of building takeoff and landing performance calculation programs at APG. Listen and Learn: How APG ha ...…
 
This week on Middle Theory, the horrible events that unfolded at a country music concert in Las Vegas are examined in depth. Is there more to the story behind the worst mass shooting in recent American history? With the horrible news out of Las Vegas this week, Micah and McNonymous start things off with an acknowledgement of the positive forces ...…
 
A B-25 bomber you can actually climb into and get a ride in, an L-17 under restoration, a motorpool of historic military vehicles, a museum of fascinating military artifacts…and more historic airplanes! On this episode we learn about the Commemorative Air Force Minnesota Wing, based in South St. Paul at the Fleming Field airport. It’s one of th ...…
 
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Las Vegas Rotary Club Weekly Speaker
 
Listen To Mark Hall-Patton – Clark County Museums The Wheel Download Mark Hall-Patton – Clark County Museums Mark Hall-Patton is the Museums Administrator for the Clark County museum system, where he oversees the Clark County Museum, the Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum, and the Searchlight History Museum. He has been with Clark County for twen ...…
 
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Las Vegas Rotary Club Weekly Speaker
 
Listen To Professor Michael Green – UNLV History Department The Wheel Download Professor Michael Green – UNLV History Department Michael Green is an associate professor of history at UNLV. He is the author of Nevada: A History of the Silver State, a Choice outstanding academic title for 2015, and numerous other books and articles about our stat ...…
 
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Carousel Sniper Victim
 
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370) was a scheduled international passenger flight that disappeared on 8 March 2014 carrying 239 people. Whilst on a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Its disappearance has resulted in the most expensive search in aviation history. www.carouselsnipervictim.com www.deadglassdesign.com Sound by Leigh Ma ...…
 
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Without Notes The Podcast with Michael Levine
 
Flying and Writing. These have been the dual passions of Bob Gandt's life. He published his first story at age sixteen - the same year he first soloed an airplane. Since then he has logged something over 25,000 hours, written thirteen books and published countless articles. Gandt's flying career has been as eclectic as the subjects of his books ...…
 
News: Podcast Movement 2017 Shows I’ve started. (starting in April 2005) Benzoid Report / Mike Dell’s World (93 episodes of BR and the rest MDW) Your Podcast by Blubrry Traverse City Podcast Geek of the North What’s Up With That? Quick Hits 5 Min with Mike RetroTech Strange Today Today in Aviation History Aviation History This Week Ham Radio Po ...…
 
Combining a love for flight, history, space and social enterprise, David Roman, Founder of SpiritVen, is all about creating unforgettable endeavors, exhibits, and events with aviation, education and technology to close the talent gap and inspire pioneers. SpiritVen works with its clients and collaborative partners to craft meaningful stories th ...…
 
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Rod Arquette Show
 
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Friday, August 25, 20174:05 pm: Jay Ratliff, an aviation expert for 700 WLW in Cincinnati, joins the show to discuss the impact of Hurricane Harvey on airplane travel across the United States4:20 pm: Paul Jakus, Economics Professor at Utah State University, joins the show to discuss the results of his study sho ...…
 
In the first part of the show we discussed Brad’s career history (Apple, Palm, Inkling, Mixmax) and his love of aviation. We had a great conversation on why engineers make great pilots: analysis of accidents, checklists for everything, monitoring, and communication protocols.In the second part of the show — as we always do— we got into a discus ...…
 
Aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas from the West Australian spoke to Lisa and Pete to explain details of a huge development in the search for MH370. Perth has been named seventh on the list of most liveable cities in the world and Melbourne was number one. Lisa and Pete are ready to claim the title from them, so teamed up with you to make a list o ...…
 
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Amy's Aviation: Kids Guide to Airplanes & Airports
 
Farnborough is home to one of the biggest air events in the world – the famous Farnborough Air show! Maybe you’ve been to it yourself?
 
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Amy's Aviation: Kids Guide to Airplanes & Airports
 
Farnborough is home to one of the biggest air events in the world – the famous Farnborough Air show! Maybe you’ve been to it yourself?
 
In 1965, Gene enlisted in the Marine Corps and went through recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego and infantry training at Camp Pendleton. Upon graduation, MSgt Hays was assigned to Aviation Electronics Schools at Naval Air Station Memphis, TN. Upon completion of training, MSgt Hays was assigned to various duty stations inclu ...…
 
Today on RV Miles, we explore the Gulf Islands National Seashore, a swath of ocean, bayou, and barrier islands along the northern Gulf Coast, full of nature, pre-civil war forts, museums, sugar sand beaches - something for everyone. We chat about some of the things you don't need to go out and purchase for your new RV. In the news, 21 National ...…
 
Well there are a few more steps in-between the title of this episode. I had to bring back my guest Brandon Webb because his latest book, two in just a few months, is to important to not be talked about. Reading my advance copy of Total Focus: How to Make Better Decisions Under Pressure shifted me out of lethargy faster than anything I have read ...…
 
Listen to the Interview for Product Managers and Innovators I love hearing how companies are creating successful products that provide customers value, which is the topic of this episode. Gordon Stannis, the Director of Design and Strategy at Twisthink shares their approach to developing innovative solutions for their Fortune 500 clients. Gordo ...…
 
Listen to the Interview for Product Managers and Innovators I love hearing how companies are creating successful products that provide customers value, which is the topic of this episode. Gordon Stannis, the Director of Design and Strategy at Twisthink shares their approach to developing innovative solutions for their Fortune 500 clients. Gordo ...…
 
While jet aircraft thunder across Arizona skies today, just over a century ago daring “bird men” challenged gravity in rickety contraptions of wire, wood, and cloth. Historian and award-winning author William Kalt III, talks about Arizona's “flying firsts” during the early days of aviation, as documented in his new book, “High in Desert Skies: ...…
 
Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine and Spirit of America Magazine, for Big Blend Radio! ON THIS EPISODE: - The Path to Personal Power – Mitch Horowitz – VP & Executive Editor at Tarcher Perigee, a division of Penguin Random House, discusses the book, THE PATH TO ...…
 
Amelia Earhart is back in the news eighty years after her disappearance. The famous aviator went missing over the Pacific Ocean in July of 1937 along with her navigator Fred Noonan and it’s been one of the Twentieth Century’s great mysteries ever since. The reason she’s been the hot topic of conservation is because of … Continue reading 153 – A ...…
 
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E.W. Conundrum's Troubadours and Raconteurs Podcast
 
Troubadours and Raconteurs... How about a conversation today with a Grammy Award winner? We have for your listening pleasure Episode 233 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." Crafted In North Eastern Pennsylvania, Heard All Over The World.We feature a conversation with (Grammy Award Winner) Vince Giordano. Mr. Giordano is ...…
 
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Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career
 
Dr. Tony Kern is the Founding Partner and CEO of Convergent Performance, LLC., a veteran-owned small business in Colorado Springs. Convergent was formed in 2003, and is specifically dedicated to reducing human error and improving performance in high risk environments such as aviation, military operations, surgical teams, law enforcement, and oi ...…
 
In this week’s show, episode 140, we get lost in Japan taking a sexy quiz about murdering Satan, but all the results told us is that Klingons have celiacs and the Earth ISN'T FUCKING FLAT! Now, grab a beer and help us test the god hypothesis — because, while Lakshmi (Hindu goddess of health and prosperity) hasn’t struck us down yet, we are tryi ...…
 
Angie has a story out of San Francisco about an accident that was just NARROWLY avoided. Then, we are joined by Lt. Randy Sutton of Blue Lives Matter to discuss the funeral of that NYPD officer killed last week.
 
Dan Pimentel tells us about the #Oshbash social media meetup coming up at Airventure Oshkosh 2017. We also look into freelance writing for aviation publications and the Airplanista Aviation Blog. In the news, we talk about support for supersonic civil air travel in the FAA reauthorization bills before Congress, ATC privatization, United Airline ...…
 
For Bob Thompson and John Hume, the Art of Alaska isn’t captured fully unless it involves aviation. Flying has been a vital part of the history of Alaska, and these two guys and their families are no exception to that. Their artwork pays tribute to aircraft and aviators as well as the majestic beauty of the Alaskan landscape. Join us this week ...…
 
Guest host Tristan Field-Jones joins Greg Mackling for this week. 00:00 - Mosquito trap count reporter Greg Mackling provides us with an update. 07:34 - Do you wear a seatbelt? Despite high usage in Manitoba, many people choose not to wear a seatbelt. 18:57 - How a near hit at San Francisco International Airport could have triggered the greates ...…
 
In 1971 high school student Juliane Koepcke fell two miles into the Peruvian rain forest when her airliner broke up in a thunderstorm. Miraculously, she survived the fall, but her ordeal was just beginning. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe Juliane's arduous trek through the jungle in search of civilization an ...…
 
In 1971 high school student Juliane Koepcke fell two miles into the Peruvian rain forest when her airliner broke up in a thunderstorm. Miraculously, she survived the fall, but her ordeal was just beginning. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe Juliane's arduous trek through the jungle in search of civilization an ...…
 
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Come and Take It
 
She was the Amelia Earhart of Texas and a pioneer in aviation history! Today we discuss the life and times of Aviatrix Katherine Stinson.
 
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